Pool Holo­graph, Courtship

Red Eye Chicago - - Music -

The Whistler 2421 N. Mil­wau­kee Ave. 773-227-3530 I know I write about Pool Holo­graph a lot, but I gen­uinely love this Chicago band and they play a lot of shows around town, like this month’s CHIRP Night at the Whistler. Ac­cord­ing to the event page, it’s “an evening where you can en­joy the music of CHIRP-cu­rated lo­cal artists, the Whistler’s take on clas­sic cock­tails and the good feel­ing of sup­port­ing in­de­pen­dent ra­dio.” 8:30 p.m. Free. RSVP: chirpra­dio.org

Jake Xerxes Fus­sell, Jim Elk­ing­ton

The Hide­out 1354 W. Wa­ban­sia Ave. 773-227-4433 Ge­or­gia folk artist Jake Xerxes Fus­sell is re­leas­ing his se­cond al­bum, “What in the Nat­u­ral World,” next month via la­bel Par­adise of Bach­e­lors. The two tastes I’ve heard so far, “Fur­ni­ture Man” and “Have You Ever Seen Peaches Grow­ing on a Sweet Potato Vine?” are stun­ning and sparse reimag­in­ings of tra­di­tional folk songs. 9 p.m. $10. Tick­ets: hide­outchicago.com

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